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Sensitivity to numerosity is not a unique visuospatial psychophysical predictor of mathematical ability☆
Persistent biases in subjective image focus following cataract surgery
Luminance and contrast in visual perception of time to collision
Interaction of bottom-up and top-down processes in the perception of ambiguous figures
Individuals exhibit idiosyncratic eye-movement behavior profiles across tasks
Visual search for faces by race: A cross-race study
Discomfort and the cortical haemodynamic response to coloured gratings
Revisiting corrective saccades: Role of visual feedback
On the typical development of stereopsis: Fine and coarse processing
Spontaneous recovery of motion and face aftereffects☆
Involuntary attention enhances identification accuracy for unmasked low contrast letters using non-predictive peripheral cues☆
Contour interaction for foveal acuity targets at different luminances
Spatial frequency selectivity of visual suppression during convergence eye movements